People with physical difficulties
Greater independence with home-care
We believe that everyone has the right to live a life that is as full and active as possible. We work hard to empower people with physical disabilities, so that they can gain more independence and enjoy a better quality of life. Our service is tailor-made to suit individual needs and flexible so it can provide as much or as little help as is required.
Whether you or your loved one’s physical disability is permanent or temporary our compassionate and experienced care assistants can support with daily tasks such as grooming, shopping and preparing meals; organising days out; and reducing hazards in the home to support safety.
By visiting or living in your or your loved one’s home and supporting both physical and emotional needs our aim is to encourage greater independence.
Physical disability care
Our care assistants are fully trained and experienced in assisting people with all kinds of physical disabilities and mobility problems, including those brought on by health conditions such as a stroke or because of an accident or injury.
Other disabilities we regularly help support include arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, and dementia – all of which bring a range of physical side effects that can impact a person’s ability to carry out day-to-day chores and tasks.
How we help
We offer many types of care for people with physical disabilities to include:
- Live-in Care
- Companionship Care
- Night Care
- Personal Care
- Respite Care
It’s the simple things
Our care doesn’t just benefit you in terms of your physical wellbeing, it also has a hugely positive impact on your mental wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem.
For those living with a physical disability, regardless of their age or circumstances, simple household chores and tasks most people perform with ease can present all sorts of challenges and these can ultimately impact confidence and mental wellbeing.
Having help and support to carry out tasks like shopping, household chores and personal care can really boost self-esteem and confidence.
A physical disability can limit how mobile you or your loved one is, leading to potential isolation and feelings of loneliness. This can become a vicious cycle, with leaving the house becoming a huge mountain to climb.
As our Care Assistants actively encourage and facilitate social activities, like getting out and about in the local community and pursuing hobbies, we find our customers becoming happier and more confident. Our input can have a huge effect, improving mental health and generally making life more enjoyable.
Let’s have a chat about how we can help you
Find your local Caremark office by clicking below and giving us a call. We’ll lend a listening ear and a plan to help.